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Week of Oct. 31

November 7, 2011

  • The Burlington Free Press spoke with Associate Professor Michele Martinez Campbell on Nov. 6 about crack cocaine sentencing reform.
  • NBA TV talked to Professor Michael McCann on Nov. 1, Nov. 5 and Nov. 6 about the NBA labor discussions in New York City. He also was quoted by NBA News, Salt Lake Tribune, Los Angeles Times, FindLaw and CBS Miami.
  • Wind & Solar quoted Mark Cooper on Nov. 5 about the drop in nuclear stocks after the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Cooper is a senior research fellow for economic analysis at the Institute for Energy and the Environment.
  • In his Sports Illustrated column Nov. 4, Professor Michael McCann examined the consequences of decertifying the National Basketball Players Association.
  • Technology Review talked to Professor Peter Bradford on Nov. 4 about how Republican attacks on loan guarantees for bankrupt solar manufacturer Solyndra could restrict nuclear reactor construction in most states.
  • and ZagsBlog spoke with professors Michael McCann and Brian Porto on Nov. 4 about the Big East Conference's lawsuit against West Virginia University.
  • In his Sports Illustrated column Nov. 2, Professor Michael McCann discussed Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt's decision to sell the team. He also spoke with the Dan Patrick Show.
  • Sports Illustrated cited Professor Michael McCann's research on age limits in the NBA on Nov. 2.
  • The New York Times spoke with Professor John Echeverria on Nov. 1 about the U.S. State Department's decision to award the environmental impact study for the proposed Keystone XL oil sands pipeline to a company with financial ties to the pipeline operator.
  • VTDigger and other media reported Nov. 1 on Gov. Peter Shumlin's appointment of Thomas Walsh '93 to the Environmental Division of the Superior Court.
  • Reuters, whose story was carried by CNBC and other media around the world, talked to Professor Pat Parenteau on Oct. 31 about Nebraska's effort to prevent the proposed Keystone XL pipeline from crossing its borders.
  • ClimateWire spoke with Professor Pat Parenteau on Oct. 31 about a federal appeals court ruling that could delay the nation's first federally permitted offshore wind farm.
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